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Every Role a Starring Role – Disneyland Kennel Club Attendant

Kevin Rafferty, Jr.

by , External Communications Manager, Disneyland Resort

Did you know that the Disneyland Kennel Club opened as the Ken-L Land Pet Motel on January 18, 1958? Participating in the opening ceremonies were Old Yeller’s son, Duke, and Kevin Corcoran, the youthful star of the film who would become a Disney Legend. If you’ve ever boarded your pets at the Disneyland Kennel Club while visiting the Disneyland Resort, you may remember Ginny Bullock, who will tell you about her role as a Disneyland Kennel Club attendant in this installment of Every Role a Starring Role!


  • My two pups ( weiner dog and black and white puppy!) are in the video :) We love the Kennel Club! They take such good care of your fur-children! Both dogs love staying with you guys!

  • My husband and I have taken our yellow lab to the Kennel Club two times now. It is such a great and affordable way to kennel your dog while you’re visiting the park! It’s cheaper than Petsmart’s Day Camp and stays open longer. :)

  • Pepper and Rosie love staying at the Kennel Club with their flyball friends. They’ve been visitors there for the past 10 years. Ginny is the best!!! She takes wonderful care of your most precious pets. :-)

  • We love Ginny! She was wonderful with our two Boston Terriers who came along with us in 2007. Both of our Bostons have since passed, one just last week. But, we have great memories of the two of them riding on the tram from the Parking Garage, visiting the Disneyland Kennel Club and one special Magical Moment with Ginny! When we think of our favorite Cast Members, Ginny is always right up there at the top!

  • Love this series, but as an animal lover this was one of my favorites. I live locally, but this makes me want to take Tink to visit Ginny. :)

  • I love the Starring Role series! Not only do we get a glimpse of different jobs in the park, but we hear how dedicated the cast members are.

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